Friday, May 23, 2014

Canadian Centre for Healthcare Facilities: Healthcare Facility Planning and Design for Better Care

(Ce programme n’est pas disponible en français.)


Healthcare Facility Planning and Design for Better Care
June 25-26, 2014
Surrey and Burnaby, British Columbia


CCHF invites you to learn from the ‘C-Suite’ hospital leadership (owners, operators and clinical leaders), and experts in the healthcare facility (HF) sector (architects, engineers constructors and project managers) discuss: how evidence based design works in practice and the data that proves it; how Integrated Facility Design (IFD) improves pre-construction planning and translation of IFD into P3 projects at the procurement and proposal evaluation stage; strategies when standards conflict with clinical needs; Partnerships BC and their regulated role in the procurement process; and how post occupancy data can inform future projects.

 Agenda Highlights:
  • Integrated Care Design at the Jim Pattison Out Patient Care and Surgery Centre Tour
    Lisa Samms-Maxwell, Site Director,
    Barry Pearce, Chief Project Officer
    Doug Wills, General Manger, Fraser Health Authority
  • Surrey Memorial Hospital’s New Critical Care Tower, Innovative design features
    Marco Buccini, Executive Director, Strategic Development and Real Estate Facilities Management, Regional Health Authorities
    Valerie Gillies, Clinical Planning Lead
  • Integrated facility design and P3 procurement @ BC Children’s & BC Women’s Hospital Redevelopment
    Barb Fitzsimmons, Senior Vice-President of BC Children’s and Sunny Hill Health Centre
    Dave Ingram, Executive Director, Provincial Health Service Authority and Chief Project Officer
  • Royal Jubilee Hospital’s Patient Tower in Review
    Howard Waldner, Principal - Caledonia Solutions Past CEO of Vancouver Island Health Authority
    Ron McIntyre, Principal, Cannon Design
  • Value for Money through the Planning Process
    Amanda Farrell, Projects Vice-President, Partnerships BC
  • The Value of Knowledge Transfer through POE
    Robin Snell, Principal, Parkin Architects Limited
  • Strategies when Clinical Needs & Standards Conflict
    Karen Stockton, Clinical Director – Medicine, Neurosciences
    and Endoscopy, Director of IFPC, The Ottawa Hospital
    Gordon Burrill, President, Teegor Consulting
Audience:
  • Leadership from the Health Authorities (owners and operators)
  • Top hospital administrators
  • Design / Build Executives
  • Constructors / Project Managers
  • Engineers
  • Architects
  • Functional planning consultants
  • Clinical liaisons
  • Infection control professionals
  • Facility Management Directors

June 24, 2014 (4pm-6pm)
Surrey Tour and Presentation
Jim Pattison Out Patient Care and Surgery Centre

June 25, 2014 (8 am-6pm)
Conference and Reception
Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre
4331 Dominion Street, Burnaby, British Columbia

Visit the CCHF web site for additional information and registration.


MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION
Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 3.75 Category II credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.


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